Web pros are certain about one thing: Python is near the top of the list of essential programming skills, since it’s easy to learn and trusted by a host of big-name companies like Google, Facebook and Dropbox.

By picking up the Complete Python Programming Bundle, you’ll have access to an array of training material you’ll need to not only understand Python top to bottom, but also to get a job as a qualified Python practitioner.

The seven-course package is on sale right now at over 90 percent off its regular price, only $79 from TNW Deals.

If you’ve never tackled Python before, or if you just need a brush-up, this massive bundle of instruction will show you exactly why Python backers call it versatile, battle-tested, elegantly simple, and a go-to framework for virtually any coding project. Your courses include:

Python Programming for Beginners – a $168 value
Learn how to build a complete program in Python from scratch.

Learn Python Django from Scratch – a $168 value
Understand how Django works to make advanced functionality work for any page build.

Python Game Development: Create a Flappy Bird Clone – a $168 value
Use practical lessons in Python game development to whip up your own version of Flappy Bird.

Python Web Programming – a $168 value
Break down basic Python concepts, then use them in hands-on coding exercises.

Python Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals – a $168 value
Programming tricks for all levels to help make your Python builds work and look amazing.

Data Analysis with Python and Pandas – a $168 value
Dig into data analysis, data set manipulation and the principles of data mining in Python.

Data Visualisation with Python and Matplotlib – a $168 value
Tackle turning your data into easy-to-read, accessible charts and graphs.

You’ll get all the training you need to get started building real, working apps… and retailing at almost $1,200, you’ll appreciate getting all this training for just $79 with this limited time offer.

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